“I wisedome dwell with prudence, and find out knowledge of witty inuentions.”
King James Version (KJV)
9. They are all plaine to him that vnderstandeth: and right to them that find knowledge. 10. Receiue my instruction, and not siluer: and knowledge rather then choise gold. 11. For wisedome is better then rubies: and all the things that may be desired, are not to be compared to it. 12. I wisedome dwell with prudence, and find out knowledge of witty inuentions. 13. The feare of the Lord is to hate euill: pride and arrogancie, and the euill way, and the froward mouth doe I hate. 14. Counsell is mine, and sound wisedome: I am vnderstanding, I haue strength. 15. By me kings reigne, and princes decree iustice.